LG has today released a new official video that teases its G Watch ahead of its expected release in July.

Said to feature the new Android Wear OS, we haven’t seen much about the device yet, so the new video is really our first look at the wearable, and confirms that it will use a waterproof body.

The video also shows off a five-pen connector on the rear of the device that will be used for charging the wearable, and will allow the user to charge the device via a dock or a clip-on charging cable.

The video also shows the devices body, which looks to feature a metal design, that will come in both black and white with a gold body.

The LG G Watch will also come with a 1.85 inch display and 4GB of internal memory. The device will also go on sale in the UK for £180 in July.

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